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|Genre/Form:||Early works to 1800
Apologetic works Early works to 1800
|Named Person:||Thomas Pierce|
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|Notes:||Serenus Cressy is S.C. a Roman-Catholick.
Two variants of page 1 are noticed by Cressy which starts either "Is this the book so universally esteemed?" or "I cannot forbid myself to wonder that a book so universally esteem'd."
Signatures: A⁸(-A8) B-Y⁸.
Numerous errors in pagination.
|Description:||, 290 [i.e. 288], 281-322,  pages ; 18 cm (8vo)|
|Other Titles:||Roman Catholick doctrines no novelties
Answer to Dr. Pierce's court-sermon, mis-call'd The primitive rule of Reformation
|Responsibility:||by S.C. a Roman-Catholick.|